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For those clients who own a business of any size, it is important to obtain the necessary coverage to protect against the wide variety of risks associated with commercial operations. From general to specialized coverage, Burns & Wilcox has unparalleled access to the broadest range of Commercial Insurance Coverage available.
From items as big as a home to as small as a pair of earrings, personal insurance makes sure that whatever your client invests in, it will always be protected. We provide Comprehensive Personal Liability programs that protect High-Value Homeowners and Mid-Range Homeowners alike. Whether it is for auto, recreation, private collections, special events or property coverage, you’ll find a policy to cover any personal risk.
We offer unlimited access to the widest range of liability coverage for businesses, organizations and countless professions. Our quick-response team understands the specific issues your clients face and can provide timely access to intelligent solutions.
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A 44-year-old woman was tragically killed after being ejected from a boat that hit a dock on Black Creek in Clay County, Florida, on June 14. The boat was being driven by the woman’s friend Steve Brookins, familiar to many as the drummer in the ‘70s rock band 38 Special, who was injured in the crash and hospitalized, according to
Hotels, resorts and water parks in Michigan could soon be serving guests at “swim-up” pool bars thanks to new bills recently signed into law by Governor Gretchen Whitmer. The legislation, approved June 14, applies to establishments that already have a liquor license and requires them to have lifeguards on duty and adhere to specific guidelines on drink containers, building materials,
P&C Market Outlook: Q3 2022 Tuesday, July 14 at 1:30 PM ET Please join us for a market outlook as we begin the third quarter of 2022. This panel discussion will include insights into the following areas: Commercial Property, Cyber Liability, and Coastal Properties. Featured Experts: Anella Niewenhous, Associate Vice President, Regional Practice Group Leader, Personal Insurance, Burns & Wilcox,…
About 15,000 pounds of hot dog filler spilled onto the highway near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 20 when the driver of a semitractor-trailer lost control of the vehicle and crashed onto the shoulder. The tractor-trailer hit several trees and overturned, leaving the driver and a passenger with minor injuries and a portion of Interstate 70 covered in the pink slime. According…
Strict “anti-party” measures were recently rolled out by Airbnb in an effort to reduce unauthorized parties at vacation rental homes during the summer holidays. The efforts include restrictions on one- and two-night reservations and having guests affirm that they understand the party ban and could face legal action if they do not comply, CNN reported. [lgc_column grid=\"50\" tablet_grid=\"50\" mobile_grid=\"100\" last=\"false\"]First…
Two separate construction accidents in Boston recently caused a stoppage on projects by the region’s largest construction company. According to reports, Suffolk Construction halted work at multiple job sites on May 6 in order to “reinforce safety awareness” after multiple workers were hurt when a former power plant under construction collapsed May 4, followed by an accident at another job…
A famous portrait of Marilyn Monroe painted in 1964 by Andy Warhol recently sold at auction for over $195 million, setting records for the most expensive piece of 20th century art ever sold and the highest amount paid for a piece of American artwork. The May 9 sale of the vibrant silkscreen, titled \"Shot Sage Blue Marilyn,\" also made history…
Two unoccupied homes in the Outer Banks collapsed into the ocean on May 10, with dramatic video footage showing one of the houses get rapidly swept away after the wooden stilts holding it up broke apart. The other home collapsed only hours earlier, spreading debris across a wide path and leading officials to close area beaches due to the risk…